The Distorted Truth.. Biker Victims of Waco



With Morgan and William yesterday, as well as Jimmy and Steve, this brings the entire Distorted family home safe from jail.


Distorted MC is a new mom and pop motorcycle club in Texas. “Mom and Pop” means they are family oriented, all very close knit and loving and most club events are okay to bring the whole family. They are proud of their seven members and five ol ladies, who spend one hundred percent of their club time and money doing things to help children in need, clothes drives toy runs, and sponsoring families at Christmastime. The fact that this MC is very much NOT one of the hardcore clubs is that it allows women to become full patch wearers. Everyone in the biker community knows that women absolutely never under any circumstances are allowed to join clubs such as the Bandidos or the Hells Angels. That MC stands for “men’s club” in their opinions. Distorted is indeed a baby club, born only six months ago. They hadn’t even had time…

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One Response to “The Distorted Truth.. Biker Victims of Waco”

  1. Simon Garth Says:

    As a tactician, however, Pierce is coldly logical and utterly clearheaded. For starting a terrorist cell, he advises in the essay “A Program for Survival” (1984) published under his own name, a general three-phase program for Aryan supremacy comprised of:
    1. cadre building;
    2. community building;
    3. community action;
    4. make propaganda as militant as possible to attract only the most committed element;
    5. operate on a “need to know” basis;
    6. communicate either by meeting face-to-face or through short coded messages;
    7. separate into “legal” and underground units (like Shin Féin and the I.R.A.);
    8. “…[O]ne of the major purposes of political terror, always and everywhere, is to force the authorities to take reprisals and to become more repressive, thus alienating a portion of the population and generating sympathy for the terrorists.”
    9. “…[T]he other purpose is to create unrest by destroying the population’s sense of security and their belief in the invincibility of the government.” 32

    If the term “community action” sounds benign, however, The Turner Diaries shows just what Pierce means by that.

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